Scam #156 4/24/2019 12:55:00 PM

Seal of the Federal Bureau of Investigation
OFFICIAL LETTER FROM FEDERAL BUREAU OF
INVESTIGATION FBI DIRECTOR CHRISTOPHER A WRAY
OF INVESTIGATION FBI.WASHINGTON DC.
FBI SEEKING TO WIRETAP INTERNET

ATTENTION: BENEFICIARY

I'M CHRISTOPHER A WRAY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FBI FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION WASHINGTON DC.
We are not aware of any other banks having your fund,therefore you are advise to stop every communication you had with anybody as regards for the transfer of your unpaid fund.the only conformable fund in your name is the one that is deposited with Uba bank. Therefore you been given from now till Saturday Morning to make the requested FEE available to Mr.Tony O.Elumelu of Uba.

Uba bank need that FEE to GAIN access from INTERNATIONAL FUNDS Department to complete the transfer of $15.5m in your name.
Federal Bureau of Investigation FBI is not here for child's play. Attached is my passport photocopy and my official FBI Working ID as prove to showcase the reality of this massage.

The federal bureau of investigation (FBI)through our intelligence-monitoring network has discovered that the transaction that the bank contacted you previously was legal.Recently the fund has been legally approved to be paid via Uba BANK.

we the federal bureau of investigation (FBI) Washington Dc, in conjunction with the United Nations (UN) financial department have investigated through our monitoring network noting that your transaction with the Uba BANK OF AFRICA.legal You have the legitimate right to complete your transaction to claim your fund US$15.5,000,000.00 (Fifteen million five Hundred Thousand united states dollars)
You have been adequately inform on what to do . failure to conclude this fund transfer FBI shall see the pending FUND as drug money.

you are requested to follow this Instruction because failure to conclude this transaction FBI will contact the POLICE in your city and other authorities in your city to bring you for an Interview which will be publish in CNN and other local TV Station .

Failure to conclude the fund transfer you shall be charge and interrogated for Money Trafficking and after the interrogation and questioning you shall be jail and your bank account and properties shall be confiscated by the U.S Authority .

You have been oblige today to do the needful by making sure you conclude the pending Fund transfer of this $15.5m with Mr.Tony O.Elumelu of Uba bank to enable FBI to clear your dealings and date as good and law abiding Citizen.

Instruction have been given to Mr.Tony O.Elumelu on what to do for your pending fund to be released. make fast arrangement and sent the mentioned FEE to Mr.Tony O.Elumelu of Uba bank.

Contact name: Mr.Tony O.Elumelu
Uba Bank MD/CEO
Email::::unitedbankforafrica260@yahoo.com

Official massage has been sent to Uba Bank already ,As a matter of urgency. Therefore contact Mr.Tony O.Elumelu for the final released of approved fund in your name . FBI is here to protect you as the beneficiary and defend the law .

Best Regards,
CHRISTOPHER A WRAY
Federal Bureau of Investigation
FBI DIRECTOR

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